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The 2011 Nissan Altima offers more option possibilities than many vehicles in this class, but it's at its best value when you keep it simple.
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lags behind the competition when it comes to standard features
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new optional audio system should be welcome news, as it now bundles a 4.3-inch color display; iPod, Bluetooth, and XM satellite radio connectivity; and Nissan’s rearview monitor
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technology is top-notch, including updated optional navigation and sound systems with real-time traffic and Bluetooth streaming audio

Bluetooth phone system is fairly basic

The Altima's feature set, at the base S level, includes a little more than you might expect, while even in its more luxurious SR trim it delivers a level of equipment that seems close to earning it an Infiniti badge.

Altima S models include Nissan's Intelligent Key system, six-speaker sound, air conditioning, rear seat heaters, a trip computer, dual power remote-controlled side-view mirrors, and speed-sensitive variable intermittent windshield wipers. Nissan's push-button ignition system is included on all Altimas, whether you like it or not.

Top SR models get a power driver's seat, wood interior trim, and a few other extras, while options include a Sport Package with High Intensity Discharge (HID) headlights, fog lights, a moonroof, and a rear spoiler, or a Technology Package with a nav system, Music Box hard drive music system, Bluetooth streaming audio, and XM NavTraffic and NavWeather. A Premium Package wraps those audio upgrades with leather seats (heated in front), plus mood lighting, rear A/C vents, and a HomeLink garage-door opener. When fully loaded, an 2011 Nissan Altima SR sedan can top $32k.


The 2011 Nissan Altima offers more option possibilities than many vehicles in this class, but it's at its best value when you keep it simple.

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